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Lopburi monkeys - British pianist was a hit (video)
« on: November 21, 2020, 07:34:16 PM »
British pianist was a hit with The Lopburi monkeys some played around while some nodded off to the music
lotsa pics @ 77kaoded.com + a video below.

VIDEO HERE 77kaoded.com
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“Music for Monkeys” narrated by Emilie Barton (5-years-old)
First in our new series of blog videos, “Music for Monkeys”.  Story and narration by 5-year-old Emilie, daughter of Paul Barton, clip above
as part of her homeschool activities. 



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Re: “Music for Monkeys" - Emilie Barton (5-years-old)
« Reply #2 on: November 25, 2020, 03:28:12 PM »

Hello, I’m Emilie.  Here’s my video of dad playing piano for wild macaques that live in an abandoned cinema in Lopburi, Thailand.  It’s the second in our blog series “Music for Monkeys" and part of my homeschool activities.

About the macaques in the abandoned cinema: 

Many years ago, Khun Aye, a native of Lopburi, Thailand, had dream to build a cinema in her hometown. It was a big success with the locals - but only for a short time as the macaques that live at the “Monkey Temple” next door liked her cinema and collectively took control of it. They were so well organized and determined, the owner, outnumbered, had no choice but to abandon her business and just let the macaques take it over as they wished to. The owner has since given the macaques her building as they like to sleep there and shelter from the rain.

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Re: British pianist - Elephants "Singing" with Piano in Their Own Way
« Reply #3 on: November 27, 2020, 05:57:07 PM »
Elephants "Singing" with Piano in Their Own Way - i wonder what the elephants are actually saying - where's the food  ;D

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